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Rabbit Rock and The Chess: The Bauhaus Textiles of Gunta Stölzl & Anni Albers

Gunta Stölzl

Women of The Bauhaus and their textiles

Karen Longs posted The Bauhaus Textiles of Gunta Stölzl & Anni Albers to their -design concepts/ideas- postboard via the Juxtapost bookmarklet.

Love this Bauhaus textile! Would be an awesome area rug.

Bauhaus Textiles

In Ruth Hollos began studying at the Bauhaus Weaving workshop. Within two years of leaving the Bauhaus, Hollos became Director of a hand-weaving studio in Konigsberg in East Prussia. Hollos was mainly known for her woven wall-hangings.

Anni Albers, textile. Anni Albers studied at the Bauhaus in the 1920s and was married to Bauhaus "master" Josef Albers.

Anything Bauhaus. Anni Albers, Black-White-Yellow, 1926 Cotton and artificial fibers. x cm x 48 inches) Bauhaus-Archiv, Berlin The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

Gunta Stolzl Bauhaus textiles

Gunta Stolzl German textile artist, played a fundamental role in the development of the Bauhaus school’s weaving workshop Bauhaus textiles

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Bauhaus in Germany means “house of construction” but it could be a movement that happened in an Art School of Germany. Bauhaus was famous of their new approached in design and fine arts…